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Bang and Olufsen Experience

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gmeredithg
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gmeredithg posted on Sun, Mar 12 2017 8:32 PM

Hi, guys! Can anyone tell me in five words your personal experience with your Bang & Olufsen products?

That would be great to know :)

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Seanie_230
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Innovative, impressive, beautiful, amazing and longevity

BLGW - Rekindling the love of ML

Barry Santini
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Luxury, Fidelity, Design, Quality and Gestalt
Aussie Michael
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Not Always The Finest Products
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StUrrock replied on Mon, Mar 13 2017 12:19 AM
At their best the user can expect beautifully crafted product that gives an experience unrivalled in the industry.

As for ,at least, 50% of the rest of my experience of the product range, regret is what I and my fellow purchaser/owner friends feel.
Aussie Michael
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But Now It's Getting Better
BAND'OH!
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Not what they used 2be.

Henrik
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Henrik replied on Mon, Mar 13 2017 9:46 AM

A month ago my answer would have been:

Part time unpaid beta tester

Now it is:

Incredible hardware, software getting there

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It's always been the same on TV chassis. Beosystem 3 was a nightmare when it was put in the Beovision 7. And back then you had to call an engineer out each time for a software update. Beosystem 4 was not to bad when they introduced it in the V1. By the time it arrived in the Avant it was mostly rock solid.

I really dont understand the shift to the latest chassis other than for cost and reduced spend on r&d. It feels like a step backwards on many fronts and not just reliability. Android should give a decent os with readily available development talent I assume. And who cares about SmartTV. The market is still way too dynamic to be making bets.
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mawheele replied on Mon, Mar 13 2017 10:02 AM
5 Expressions from me;

Good products, especially speakers. Software improved, especially in audio products. Where have the dealers gone? Bring Tue back. Confused TV strategy.
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xegoon replied on Mon, Mar 13 2017 11:30 AM

I could call it love.

_BeoSound Essence / _BeoLab 3 + BeoLab 2 / _BeoVision 6-26" MKII (HDMI version) / _Form 2

Michael
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How about just two words?

Gorgeous and Frustrating, 

OldJack
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My collection is 15+ years old.Design,Quality,Longevity,Integration.Beauty.

Today's products made far easterly...me no like

Beogram 6500 MMC2,Beosound Ouverture,2xBeolab 8000,2xBelolab 4000,Beolab 2,Beolab 7.1,Beovision 3-32,Beovision1,Beo4,Beo4 navi, Beocom2,Serene,Beosystem 3 mk3,Earphones A8,keyring,LinTronic,4Ktv Samsung 55''

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"Like no one else" 

 

 

Depending on how your setup is going, this can be taken in two ways. 

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Calvin replied on Mon, Mar 13 2017 10:15 PM

The new car can wait.

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